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These Baby Bombers Provide Intrigue For Yankees

Gary Sanchez, Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge are getting an opportunity to play as beneficiaries of the Yankees’ youth movement. They are making the most of it by producing at the plate. They have hit home runs for the Yankees since being called up from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The presence of Sanchez, Austin

Moving Forward, Severino Should Start

For all intents and purposes, the Yankees are in the process of a youth movement. It started with the trades of Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Carlos Beltran. The Yankees will slowly integrate their young prospects to major league action. They started Gary Sanchez as the designated hitter, and they had

A Moment Hal Steinbrenner Can Be Proud Of

When Hal Steinbrenner inherited control of the Yankees after his father died, he was on cruise control. He did not have to make decisions or do much work. All he had to do was let Yankees general manager Brian Cashman do his job. The son of George thought this would be

Does Steinbrenner Trust Cashman To Do His Job?

There has been reports Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner and Yankees general manager Brian Cashman have a difference of opinion when it comes to how the Yankees should operate in the trade deadline. Cashman wants to trade his assets such as Andrew Miller, Carlos Beltran and Aroldis Chapman for younger, inexpensive players

Do The Yankees Have Hamels Remorse?

The Yankees had an opportunity to acquire Cole Hamels from the Phillies last year. All they had to do was give up Luis Severino or either Jorge Mateo, Aaron Judge, Greg Bird or Gary Sanchez. The Yankees decided to take a pass and keep their young prospects rather than make a